MVIS • NASDAQ
Microvision, Inc.
$3.95
After Hours:
$3.96
(0.25%)+0.0100
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StockUS listed securityUS headquartered
Previous close
$3.84
Day range
$3.79 - $3.98
Year range
$2.50 - $18.25
Market cap
652.58M USD
Avg Volume
2.99M
P/E ratio
-
Dividend yield
-
Primary exchange
NASDAQ
Market news
Financials
Income Statement
Financial performance
Revenue
Net income
(USD)Mar 2022Y/Y change
Revenue
350.00K-26.93%
Operating expense
13.47M100.78%
Net income
-13.17M-111.33%
Earnings per share
-0.08-100.00%
EBITDA
-12.64M-113.31%
Effective tax rate
Financial performance
Total assets
Total liabilities
(USD)Mar 2022Y/Y change
Cash and short-term investments
103.26M37.06%
Total assets
117.77M47.93%
Total liabilities
14.30M22.76%
Total equity
103.47M
Shares outstanding
165.21M
Price to book
6.10
Return on assets
-26.46%
Return on capital
-28.76%
Financial performance
Net change in cash
(USD)Mar 2022Y/Y change
Net income
-13.17M-111.33%
Cash from operations
-10.91M-140.72%
Cash from investing
-16.08M-2,746.02%
Cash from financing
-49.00K-100.08%
Net change in cash
-27.04M-146.23%
Free cash flow
-7.09M-174.65%
About
MicroVision, Inc. is an American company that develops laser scanning technology for projection, 3D sensing, and image capture. MicroVision's display technology uses a micro-electrical mechanical systems scanning mirror with red, green, blue, and infrared lasers, optics and electronics to project and/or capture images. The company licenses its products primarily to original equipment manufacturers such as STMicroelectronics. The MEMS scanning micro-mirror is the basis of MicroVision’s technology platform. The MEMS design consists of a silicon device with a millimeter-scale mirror at the center. The mirror is connected to flexures that allow it to swing vertically and horizontally to display an image. In projection-mode the MEMS laser beam scanning display method can be compared to raster scanning in a cathode ray tube display. Product applications include mobile projection virtual retinal display, head-mounted display, and automotive head-up display. The technology has also been used in a smartphone by the manufacturer Blackview. Wikipedia
Founded
1993
Employees
96
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